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Most if not all of the articles listed seem like attempts to normalize heart attacks in otherwise normal healthy adults. Things like intermittent fasting , aspirin use, being consitently athletic, using fish oil and more are all associated with a LOWER risk of cardiac events and death. Unless of course you get double vaxxed and boosted. Someone really seems to really have an interest in deflecting attention away from asking too many questions when fit healthy athletic young people drop dead from heart attacks. Im a physician. Im 54. My father had a heart attack at the age of 60 in the 1990s. Im a surgeon but im very informed about heart issues. Some many remember or know the history of the food pyramid and cholesterol. Eventually the lid was blown off that whole scandal. Maybe the life insurance industry will help with this current fiasco

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An MD who talks intermittent fast and is familiar with the history of the food pyramid 🤩. We need more like you!

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Absolutely, and that someone who really seems to have an interest in deflecting attention from healthy people dropping dead is certainly funding those studies. Follow the money.

The inimitable Peter McCullough has a clip on rumble about being accosted in I think Singapore by a woman after he spoke about treatments for Covid. They were able to track the woman down and learned that she worked for the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.

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Shocker...

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Seriously? Omg

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I just heard today on a video from Dr Klinghardt that his colleague Dr Luc Montagne, French virologist, died 'suddenly' Feb 8 2022.

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Dr. Montagnier was 89 years old and an excellent virologist. I doubt he took the shot. He did not trust it. https://uncoverdc.com/2021/08/23/nobel-laureate-warns-covid-vaccine-is-creating-variants/

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Some fear that he was 'suicided by those who were threatened by his brilliant work.

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I appreciate your critical thinking skills in identifying the elephant in the room. I've had the same primary care physician for ~15 years and always trusted his recommendations regarding diet, exercise, fish oil, and daily aspirin. But when he nagged me throughout my last physical about getting the shot. even when I told him I already had covid and even tested positive for antibodies twice, that trust was gone. 'What's good/bad for you' is such a moving target. Coffee is bad, oh wait, yes it's good. Eggs are bad, no, now they are OK. ETC. One thing I have learned is that whoever funds a lot of these studies influences the results. But hard for the average person to figure out and being able to afford and find food with no antibiotics, hormones, glyphosate, and avoiding all processed food is a huge challenge. Seems like every day there is a food ingredient to watch out for/avoid. I just stick to 'everything in moderation' and cross my fingers.

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I think it's more that everyone needs to face the fact that we're going to die--no one escapes that reality. I agree that we shouldn't over-indulge, but if I live in fear of everything I eat and do, I will not be a happy person. Personally, I don't want to live forever, so I'm going to enjoy food and family as long as God allows.

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Exactly. Too many people trying not to die. As a result they don't live.

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Feb 18, 2022·edited Feb 18, 2022

We’ve been saying this since the beginning. What are you afraid of? Death? We’re all going to die…and as Christians we know that our deaths will not occur one second before our appointed time. A pharmacist friend of mine said this….the goal is not to live forever, but to be as healthy as possible to our appointed end. Hence my refusal to take a debilitating vax. I love this little gem found in the OT

“We must all die; we are like water spilled on the ground, which cannot be gathered up again. But God will not take away life, and he devises means so that the banished one will not remain an outcast.”

‭‭2 Samuel‬ ‭14:14 ESV‬‬

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I had to see a new GP last September since I never go to the doctors because I am hardly ever sick. In my small town you lose your GP after 2 years of not seeing anyone. She asked me if I had the shot. No. She said "I can do that for you now." "No thank you." She said "What if you catch CV?" and I explained I had it in Feb 2020 before it was even called CV. She said "What if you get it again and get really sick?" I told her that God has my life in His hands and because of all that the deception and lies from the government and medical industry with this plague that I will trust in God alone. Her eyes kind of bugged out and rolled but she let it go. I'll probably have to get another GP in a couple years as long as God keeps me on the planet. :)

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Love this, Freebird.

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There would be no medical/pharmacological tyranny if people did not fear death. It's at the very foundation of their business plans. More effective than threat of imprisonment for breaking the law. Pretty cool, huh?

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Well, "cool" is not really the term I'd use...🤔

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👏🏻💃🏆 and die to your fullest potential 💝

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I totally agree. I know a lady, just turned 70. She was a loving first grade teacher until her husband was diagnosed with ALS in 2017. She spent the next three years visiting him everyday, all day in the care facility he was in. When CoVid struck she could not visit for almost six months. She FaceTimed with him but because his vocal capabilities were gone it was hard. She got to go back in the last 4 months of his life. He passed in late December of 2020. She went through hell and I have the utmost respect for her. She wanted to travel again last spring and at her children’s nagging got both shots. I talked to her last summer and she was optimistic that this was coming to an end. She had tested positive for *C last fall, but wasn’t really sick. It prevented a trip to see her dying brother out of state. I just talked to her. She got the booster in December, got very sick from it, recovered, then last month got *C and was really sick this time. This lady is in great shape but she just can’t connect the dots. There are so many like her.

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Yes, my mom is 83, not in great health, and so far has not gotten the booster, but we have had some knock down drag out arguments over it. She watches CNN and trusts her doctor. She is high risk, but she rarely goes anywhere even pre-covid due to balance issues, arthritis, and bad knees and is just an introvert anyway. I do most of her shopping for her. She was vaxx hesitant at first, as she does tend to get side effects from nearly every medication, but decided to get it before my son's outdoor wedding in September, refused to go to the reception. So far so good, but afraid she is tempting fate with the booster. She is about the only person I know that has not yet had covid.

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My nephew is getting married next month. His wedding website warns: All guests are required to present a negative CV PCR test within 24 hours of arriving for the wedding. 🙃 Who the heck is he to require a medical procedure of me? I'm untested, unmasked, unjabbed and twice as old as him and many guests that will be there... and twice as healthy!

No alcohol, tobacco, GMOs, MSG, vaccines, legal or illegal drugs for me!

I respectfully declined the invitation.

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Maybe the wedding couple will rethink this when Brandon announces the plague is over on March 1st! I can hope this for you!

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My nephew is getting married next month as well. No such demands from him. He is an outdoorsman, as well as his fiancée, so maybe that's why? Looking forward to hugs and kisses all around, with no masks!

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Excellent. We should all decline such presumption and demands.

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2 years of sharing and armchair activism would be down the drain if I acquiesced now.

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My mom is 89, and going to a wedding in March. She has mild dementia, but otherwise as healthy as can be. No jabs, no isolation, flew recently out of state to stay with a relative for a few months. I always tell her story to the fearful. She is such an example of truly living and not hiding. She takes an aspirin every day and that's it.

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Feb 18, 2022·edited Feb 19, 2022

Too many like your friend Laurie. I wonder if others struggle like I do about what to say or not say. This describes so many of our friends. And when asked, I’ve told a few that I’m not vaxed and don’t trust it, but I don’t know how far to go with that. Last summer I went to a Bible study where the conversation descended into bashing of “the unwashed”. There were a couple of nurses among the most outspoken. I suppose it was cowardly of me, but I thought it was pointless to argue with them, so I dropped out without saying anything.

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It is a very hard topic with those who feel it was an effective vaccine. Even now that the effectiveness has shown to be unreliable they still stand by it. I think many are trying to justify it as still being an effective vaccine so they do not have to admit they could be wrong. The vaccine injuries are piling up fast and for many people it is hard to admit they were duped. Pride gets in the way.

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Very true, especially when all they’ve known and trusted have led them astray. As in the case with these nurses, they look to doctors and hospital administrators for truth.

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Meat and organic veggies and fruits, eggs, grass fed butter, make your own Mayo w avocado oil.

It’s a big change to be sure, and we don’t adhere 100% perfectly, but this is the backbone of our way of eating.

We would include cheese if we could. 😉

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I had a naturopathic doctor years ago tell me that any food in a can, a bag, a box, or a package has something in it that will harm your body......eventually. She said stay away from those foods and eat fresh first. I have practiced that as much as possible while raising my family. It's hard to keep junk food and kids separated but I tried! LOL!

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Most of it is clickbait headlines; nutritional studies are historically an almost uniformly abysmal science.

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Thanks for speaking out as a physician. That’s a risk, even under a pseudonym. 😉

So nice to hear that you too have discovered the scandal of heart disease and diet etc. Unfortunately not many physicians are yet aware of this, and we continue to get the very bad advice re standard American diet, veg oils, statins, etc.

God bless you truly.

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Insurance companies report 40% increase in deaths over last year…

Hmmm.

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In working age people 20 to 60!

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I sold property and casualty insurance for 30 years so have always followed the how's, why's, and what's of all kinds of insurance. I've been watching this and listening to the health actuarial experts! They are very concerned as am I.

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I am afraid it is only the tip of the iceberg

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All these studies have the study financiers listed out in the study.

They can all be traced back to Big Pharma and the foundations they support.

Follow the money in science.

It is difficult to bite the hand that feeds you.

Scientists are human and fallible.

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I Timothy 6:10 the LOVE of money is the root of all evil!

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The other pillar of this depop agenda they are normalizing is Aids. Go ahead and look at all the articles that have come out recently. God help us.

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Like heart attacks, decreased immunity may follow the injections: https://www.rintrah.nl/important-when-you-get-vaccinated-you-lose-your-natural-immunity/

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If you ever want to start your own surgery center and need anesthesia. You met me here ;)

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How do all of us who might wish to connect do that, on Substack? Without sharing our real names and contact info. 🤔

I actually have an anesthesiologist friend whom I asked if she posts under your pseudonym. But you aren’t her. Lol.

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I’ll come sweep your floors and clean your exam rooms. I’d so love to have a good, trustworthy doctor again!

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It’s time to move away from mega-farms and back to smaller, yet more numerous farmer-owned farms spread more evenly through the country so we can buy direct from the farm. I know we have farmers markets and local farmers who sell what they produce, but I’m talking bigger scale, as in you are more likely to find locally grown than not. I know of several younger people who just want to farm, just want to grow and produce but cannot find the land or can’t afford it. Why can’t we get them what they need? The desire is there, they just need land that is affordable.

Another is teaching people how to garden and grow their own food. We have so many ways to make this easier now, if people really want to you can grow food in any small area.

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Unfortunately many farmers markets are not all local produce but are shipped in.

Monsanto etc controls the food. Farmers unfortunately bought into the whole game.

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Feb 19, 2022·edited Feb 19, 2022

Regarding Monsanto and farmers buying into the game. Grew up in rural area, and strikes a nerve. They faced Same games. Regular farmers, before agribusiness, were advised by USDA while chemical companies created insecticides, fertilizers, etc. Thanks Dow, Monsanto, et al.

DDT might have not been stopped if not for the signals identified in the animals. Better living thru chemistry and Feed the world. Then, came the tinkering to make hybrid seeds. The plants grew and produced grain, fruit, etc, but the subsequent seeds of the yield wouldn't grow. Had to buy seed every year for the bread basket staples of wheat, corn, and others (jabbed every year?). Before that, if the crop was good, would hold over seed for the following year. Then came gene splicing for resistance to mold, fungus, drought, moisture, insects, etc etc. The value of salmon genes in a plant, I don't recall. But, safe and productive. (Familiar, like safe and effective). In a time when conspiracy theories were the Boogeyman, and many of us couldn't imagine the depths of collusion and greed that could kill us in so many ways, yes, the farmers were taken in; reluctantly bought in. Some were in organizations that

identified the issues in the seeds, the chemicals, etc. They protested, wrote letters, and lobbied, but not being a wealthy group, their buying power at federal and state levels were limited. And if you were making a living as a farmer, you were a bit between the infamous rock and a hard place at that point. With families to raise, equipment to lease or buy, and taxes, just more reasons why farmers sold off to agribusiness and land developers, at least the farmers who were not pushed out by eminent domain.

Interesting side note, Monsanto was a presence at the opening of Walt Disney World in Orlando, and for several years after.

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Thank you for sharing. I should have phrased my comment differently, I don’t blame the farmer per se, Monsanto took over and you explain the plight of the farmer very well. I don’t blame the farmer, I blame Monsanto. It’s crazy. You control the food (and water) and you control the world.

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freightfarms.com, kind of expensive at $150k but supposed 3yr ROI but perhaps get a grant?

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So much illness is based on nutrition choices. Sometimes healthy looking food can be laced with stuff like DDT or Glyphosate, an organophosphorus compound also identified in modern high bypass Jet engines lubricants related to aerotoxic syndrome.

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Any references/links for older folks who took 2 jabs initially, at a time when we naively trusted the FDA, but wised up before submitting to a booster? I'm taking supplements recommended by FLCCC and found a doc online who prescribed meds I would need to for early effective treatment, were I to catch Covid. I filled prescriptions through an online pharmacy, so I am "prepared." But I'd like to know if there is something additional I can do to restore or "boost" my innate immune system. (My PCP under my insurance is worthless--said it's nice that I have high Vit D3 levels but that won't make a difference, booster jab is the only way to survive w/o becoming a hermit.)

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Don’t worry about it and live your life. If you do get covid (smart you has early treatment at home!), stay away from sugar while sick and eat more protein. I took copious notes while sick and the 2 days I had sweets it flared up terribly the next day. Covid feeds off sugar and it attacks muscle. There is some info out there on this I think but its not well known.

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What a disaster —> vitamin D doesn’t matter.

I’m sorry. That is dead wrong, as you well know.

I don’t have references at my fingertips, but TrialSite News may have some links.

Detoxing w various agents —> dandelion tea, N acetylcysteine, zeolite spray (I think is what it is called). Do your own research of course to see if applicable for your situation.

Avoid inflammatory foods like veg oils (in EVERYTHING, so requires vigorous label reading) and grains (wheat, oats, soy, corn).

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Fascinating take on the funding of those bogus scientific studies!

Did anybody ever investigate the Surgisphere study, which involved Harvard University and passed peer-review at The Lancet? (Richard Fleming flemingmethod.com resigned over it)

This is the study that "proved" HCQ was not only ineffective but was killing people; after it's publication HCQ stores were destroyed (it had been an essential medicine for years), and both doctors and pharmacists were threatened if they prescribed or even filled prescriptions.

The very dubious authors never revealed their source data and the paper was eventually retracted, but it had served its purpose.

I suspect that study could be the Rosetta Stone of this entire plandemic.

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Thank you for this Info- I wondered why HCQ disappeared. Absolutely terrifying the power big pharma has over our health.

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I really hope I don't get Lyme again; HCQ helped with that tremendously. Oh and it also helped with COVID when I took it for that one year ago today.

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Indian colleague told me they use IVM for Lyme in India. Wonderdrug

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Look into C h l o r I n e D i o x i d e if you get Lyme again. Forbidden Health a good place to start.

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It also helps many that suffer with rheumatoid arthritis.

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My husband has had RA for 50 years. His RA specialist put him on HCQ many years ago. She renewed his prescription in 2021 for 3 years and our local pharmacy had to fill it though it took longer than normal. We have both been taking it for 2 years now, him for RA and me for prevention of further CV infections.

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Ground zero for enabling the power if Big Pharma is the Rothschild's Bank of England

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Some state agencies interfered with the doctor-patient relationship by prohibiting pharmacists from filling prescriptions for HCQ, for example, the Texas State Board of Pharmacy issued an order to that effect, which was posted on its website for several months. If that kind of capture reached a regulatory agency in a reddish state like Texas, we know that it is everywhere. I regularly check the website of the Texas Board of Medical Examiners to see if they are going after brave Dr Peter McCollough for having the courage to treat and develop a protocol for treating Covid patients, but so far, it appears they are not. In searching other doctors' disciplinary records on that website, I found summaries of agreed orders entered into by other docs in which it appears the Texas Medical Board focused on informed consent when hCQ is prescribed. Perhaps not ideal but a lot better than the Texas pharmacy board's heavy-handed approach.

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I can confirm that it was not just state agencies (like medical boards and boards of pharmacy) but also insurance companies, which blocked Pharmacists from filling HCQ and Ivermectin. Chain pharmacies were told by the PBM's (Pharmacy Benefit Managers for your medical insurance) that if their pharmacies continued to fill such Rx's, that they would end reimbursement to that pharmacy. So the big chains sent out notices to all their pharmacies that their RPh's should not be filling these drugs because they "were not recommended by the CDC".

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I experienced that too, although I never tried to fill a prescription using my insurance. Although I went self pay, CVS refused to refill a prescription for ivermectin; manager gave me exact date in late August when directive from headquarters went out. Same thing with Walgreens. I wound up getting meds through an online pharmacy, without invoking any insurance coverage. Annoyed to have to pay entire cost out of pocket, but for me, it was worth it for the peace of mind. I feel sorry for people who do not have that option.

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😱

Wow! Did not know that about the pharmacy benefit managers!!!

Yet one more good reason to eliminate the payors in the doctor patient relationship. The doctors of old warned about allowing the insurance “camel” to poke its nose into the tent. And they were right!

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Was so stunned when my brother's primary doc said he could not prescribe hydroxchloroqine because he could lose his license. Docs have always been allowed to use drugs to treat conditions not in the fda-approved label - and suddenly, that clinical perogative was made illegal. 🤯😤😱😬

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We ended up firing our Doctor of 10+ years because he told us “stay home until you can’t breath and then go to hospital” and “RUN, DON’T WALK to get your jab.”

He was a great (I thought) doc until that point. He had great bedside manner and would always shoot the shit with you.

If I see him out, I will NOT call him Dr, but just use Mr. He lost the right to be addressed by Doctor in my opinion.

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Think back sometimes about docs that were on staff in hospitals where I worked, and guess about where they would have landed the past 2 years

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“Less focus on these numbers could help shift us toward living with the virus ..."

Given his recent announcement, Gavin Newsome's made it clear that his idea of "living with the virus", and likely that of many on the left, is a neverending state of preparation for and fear of an undefined future emergency. Don't believe them when they say they are returning you to normal. Stay vigilant. Give them no slack. Give them no quarter.

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Feb 18, 2022·edited Feb 18, 2022

A power mad sociopath who is hell bent on controlling you is not going to change. Ever.

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On no account should they be able to slither away into the shadows. They should be held accountable for the Little Timmy’s heart attack and thus the Karen Army will be activated.

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Newsom will prepare California for COVID-19 in every day life but warns, "there's not a moment when we declare victory" -- https://youtu.be/O4SyvMETIj4

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part of "give them no slack is to run for local offices." There is a huge "progressive" democrat push to train people to run for local offices and drown out all opposition.

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If you’re interested in a truly cognitive and brilliant analysis that clearly articulates the current state of affairs in America, I offer you this interview with noted historian Victor Davis Hanson. Well worth the time.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jdkca09EHRI

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ANY interview with VDH is well worth watching!

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Jeff, you are amazing and I so enjoy and look forward to your writings every day.

Also I know this is beside the point of today’s article, but can someone please tell me what on earth is “winter vagina”? 😅😂

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The Winter Vaginas could be a great name for a band. (Well, maybe not a great name.)

I was a Family Doc and I have never heard the term.

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Angina perhaps? I was laughing so hard!

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It's well recognized that a blast of cold air in the AM-such as when you stagger out to shovel snow-can trigger an MI.

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Can you imagine? Then in out-house days there would have been bodies from Maine to Colorado. “Martha died on her way to poo this morning. The cold broke her heart.”

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Not just the cold, but the cold narrowing vessels in normally sedentary people who exert themselves, shoveling, was always the recipe for a big influx of heart cases to the ER. One evening we had cardiac patients in nearly every room (6 rooms/pt capacity 14). One room was a ward set up and held 7 beds). That night, while beds were readied in the hospital, we had doubled up some rooms and borrowed monitors. Daaammmmmn I really AM getting old.

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Hahaha! Now I am wondering if that is supposed to be “angina.” And that makes it all the more funny.

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Nope, the article really does discuss “winter vagina” (apparently all the things one does to keep warm disturbs the sensitive “microbiome”): https://www.thesun.co.uk/health/16862556/cold-weather-affect-body/

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Hibernation?😁

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😂😂😂🤣 I was all wyf?!?!?

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Everything you never wanted to know: https://www.thesun.co.uk/health/16862556/cold-weather-affect-body/

“ The vagina has a delicate microbial ecosystem, known as the microbiome, Claire Foss, nutritional therapist at Optibac Probiotics explains.

Claire said: "Some of our beloved winter habits such as taking hot baths, wearing heavy clothing, and even the dry air from cranking up the central heating can upset the vaginal microbiome, creating the perfect environment for a ‘winter vagina’."

Symptoms of winter vagina include infections and Trish Coulton, founder of www.bondi-body.com & Bondi Laser at home said wearing tights, trousers and layers can restrict the air to our most intimate areas.

She said the area can become a little bit like closed Tupperware, in that it doesn't allow air in, making it impossible for the skin to breathe and keeping everything sealed in.

"It is a melting pot for infections. Symptoms of cystitis and thrush are odour and vaginal discharge, and the bacteria from these infections gets trapped in the bikini hair, exasperating the issue and causing discomfort.

"Wearing tight clothes after shaving can chaff and cause skin infections and also, bikini stubble can become itchy and sore. (We have all walked down the street and had a little wiggle itch)."”

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Feb 19, 2022·edited Feb 19, 2022

So, all of these things that have been part of hygiene classes for decades are now a seasonal thing with its own name, coined by a nutritional therapist. Yeaaah. Whose books and articles did she borrow from, or did I get so old, that this is "news"? Daaaammmnnnnn.

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I was wondering what a "winter virgin" was and then realized I had read it wrong.

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I was gonna ask the same thing! Hahaha 🤣 😂 😂 I kept going back to it to make sure I read that right.

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Wow, multiple comments today:

(1) so weird that so many things that up til now were supposed to be GOOD for your heart - quality fish oil, exercise, exercise (Peloton bike), daily aspirin for those at increased risk of clots - are now BAD???

How can this be?

(Of course much of the pop media, pharma-supported science science has given us whiplash about these things anyway over the last 60 years: no eggs, eggs, etc). 🙄

But still…. especially aspirin. I mean, that’s the first thing they give you when you show up at the ED worried you may be having a heart attack. I know this for a fact. Something to do with breaking up a blood clot that might be blocking an artery.

(2) The right person in the Governor’s office has been huge for you guys in Florida. Here in In-di@na, our governor is a very dark blue RINO and he has a lot of control over our what is apparently an equally dark blue RINO supermajority statehouse. Praise God for your governor.

Of course I also pray for ongoing just and true leadership. Psalm 146: do not trust in princes because when they die, all their good laws die with them. My paraphrase. Blessed is the one who trusts in the God of Jacob.

(3) While the narrative is changing elsewhere, our above-mentioned dark blue RINO state senate just yesterday took a very weak vaccine exemption bill and turned it into a tool for more tyranny: allowing up to twice weekly testing for unjabbed, at employees’ expense, removed requirements to accept RE without further inquiry as long as they follow the Civil Rights Act (and we all know how very well and thoughtfully employers have been following this Act), removed the penalty for employers who terminate folks based on exemption status.

So they took a bill that was supposed to protect at least the private sector employees and have made it something worse than nothing! All of us who have spent HOURS advocating for this bill now want to see it trashed. All the lobbies who hated the bill are celebrating.

And these are Republican lawmakers from the allegedly red state of In-di@na.

VOTE IN YOUR STATE PRIMARIES this year and every year!!! Research the candidates, go online for those in office and read the actual bills they vote for/against. Find out the true story. (My own state senator and state rep are so proud of themselves for voting to end the state of emergency; what they really voted for is to allow a state secretary to declare the state of emergency, so the governor doesn’t have to; so yeah, they are ending the governor’s state of emergency but not the actual state of being in a state of emergency.)

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Do NOT go to the polls uninformed this year! Even for Republicans or Independents!

I am so angry that while so many elsewhere are pivoting, our allegedly freedom-supporting state lawmakers are betraying us. They are traitors. And we aren’t even in California. Now I understand why people accuse the Republican Party of being the party of Big Business. Because here in my state, they are. 😱😓😭

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Feb 18, 2022·edited Feb 18, 2022

Aspirin actually makes the platelets “slippery” so they can’t adhere to each another. Platelets are a part of the clotting system in your body, and the whole cascade of clotting is completely fascinating all in itself. So aspirin disrupts a small part of that clotting system and keeps more clots from forming. As a paramedic, we knew getting the aspirin in them was almost if not more important than the nitroglycerin in an MI event.

So I call BS on that. Aspirin has been around since the beginning of time and well documented and studied.

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My online dr prescribed 30 days of 1 full aspirin from start of covid symptoms. Such an easy thing to do and should be wallpapered everywhere.

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Exactly!

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Feb 18, 2022·edited Feb 18, 2022

"I am so angry that while so many elsewhere are pivoting..." I hear you. Watching other places get better is like being a hungry Dickensian orphan standing in the snow and watching as crusty baked bread is pulled from a mosty-toasty oven. Where I am, the government has said it won't relax restrictions till the global situation improves. That's right. Nauru all the way across the world might have a bad day, so we here in Puerto Rico have to keep a tight lid on life. I think the government is using the global situation because a few more people on the ground here are finally waking up and complaining. The health department needed to find an excuse, any excuse, to keep the boot on our necks, so global status it is.

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Oregon dicktaters are holding us hostage too. I do my very best not to comply.

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Same here in Michigan. Blue governor but red controlled Legislature. Nothing is being done here.

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I am as upset as you are about that bill! I have been calling rep offices for months about that bill. The senate gutted it to make it even more discriminatory. 😡

Our governor is WORTHLESS. I'm afraid RINO is a compliment. He recently okayed full licensure for the abortion business in our area. 😭

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Amen! I say Maranatha every day now.

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I just called and left a message for our senator asking that she vote against it. Does anyone EVER call you back when you leave a message? I have NEVER had any of these people call back. Every once in a blue moon I actually get a person and most of the time, they are pleasant. One guy got argumentative and then backed off and we ended amiably. The worst experience I've had was with the PR person at the health department who insisted on not allowing me to finish a sentence. Not a critical thinking bone in that body. I finally hung up on her.

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Oh, and apparently there are still possibilities for amendments that could “fix” it - it has its second reading on Monday. I’ve been asking that they “make it look like it did before Wednesday,” or else vote no.

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Yes, I get Stand for Health Freedom and I'm a member of Hoosiers for Medical Liberty - H4ML.org/blog is one place you can see what they do. Ashley sends out texts with info to call.

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@joycetodd - thank you for the gift subscription! Mostly, thanks for supporting Jeff and his awesome work. ❤️

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The issue of "prevalence" of Covid-19 cases was used as a administrative (not medical) decision point to label unknown etiology of infections as "Covid-19" or something else like Flu or pneumonia. So, a high "prevalence" of positive PCR "cases" became a self-fulfilling PROFITsy to run the numbers into a scary panic.

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How about, "Excessive Laughing" could bring about heart trouble in males and females between the ages of 5-95.

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Isn't that what happened to that woman comedian--right after she said, "Jesus loves me!"?

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That was Heather McDonald. It's actually on video.

Hollywood hard knocks: Comediennes Heather McDonald, Chelsea Handler latest to receive their "vaccine" reality checks - The COVID Blog

https://thecovidblog.com/2022/02/09/hollywood-hard-knocks-comediennes-heather-mcdonald-chelsea-handler-latest-to-receive-their-vaccine-reality-checks/

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She said "Jesus loves me the most." That was the last straw. *PLOP*

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That was it! Excessive laughter! Or hubris...🙄

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Vaxxed and Horny Tour….

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That was Chelsea Handler's tour. Another not-funny comedian who had to cancel her tour due to a "hospital scare". https://people.com/health/chelsea-handler-cancels-shows-amidst-hospital-scare/

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Aaah my mistake….I got them mixed up.

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Thou shall not MOCK, the Lord Jesus.

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honking horns and supply chain breakdown worries linked to heart and CV distress

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They never seem to talk about the stress of the last two years of government torture of citizens.

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Our Municipal and Medical administrators and up are callous and indifferent toward us all and eager to contribute to joint actions with Communists and Globalists against humanity; this is only the warm up phase to soften the blow and ease us into deeper waters--we've recently seen this in 1914-18, 1929-1945, and other periods of Global Despotism by the Superiorists.

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Hi slightly off topic - anyone have a good general practitioner MD or DO to recommend here in Fort Myers- I’m 1 month post Covid and need to be seen in person - left my current doc as he kept pushing the jab and then lying and saying that hundreds of children were on ventilators dying of Delta. I only had him for a year- I know this is not a forum for this but it’s next to impossible to get good recommendations for docs not pushing the jab.

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This is a list of doctors in Florida who will prescribe for Covid, so are more likely to be like-minded. Maybe the area code can help you find a local one. Good luck!

FLORIDA

Dr. Michael Austin (813) 964-5901

Dr. Bruce Boros (305) 294-0011

Dr. William J.

Cole RetireThePandemic.com/Florida

Jennifer Conlon, MSN, APRN (352) 448-6800 (Text only)

Janice A. Dennis, FNP, APRRN (561) 847-0573 (call or text)

Dr. Bernard Garcia (954) 771-2111

Jessica Ham, ARNP (850) 444-8857

Vanessa Hamalian NP Telemed for Florida

only. $85/visit. Make telemed appt at:

Dr. Peter H. Hibberd (561) 655-4477; 561-725-2356 (text)

Dr. Michael M. Jacobs (850) 912-2000

Dr. Nabeel Kouka (305) 280-

0505 info@salus.md www.salus.md

Dr. Jasen Kobobel (321) 636-0005 (appointments only with patients

already established with his practice)

Dr. Chad Lee (954)-289-

2845 cnlmedicalgroup@gmail.com www.cnlmed.com

Dr. Ben Marble (850) 776-5555

Dr. Angeli Maun Akey (telemedicine)

Dr. William Nields .

Cordelia Okwuosah, FNP-BC (855) 787-4432

Dr. Juliana Rajter (954) 906-6000

Dr. Jean-Jacques Rajter (954) 906-6000

Dr. Tara A. Solomon (954) 984-8892 Ext 1

Dr. Juan Pascal Suarez-Lopez (407) 843-0151

Dr. Andres Felipe Velasco (386) 574-1423

Brian Weinstein, NP (888) 329-0120

Dr. Vladimir Zelenko (845) 537-2742 text for appointment

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Great list! I was in Broward County the first week of January. I caught Covid and so did my boyfriend. We are older; so I knew we needed prescriptions quickly. A compounding pharmacy gave me the contact information for Bernard Garcia, who is on this list. Thank goodness his office gave us prescriptions quickly to fill with the compounding pharmacy after a Zoom call.

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Wow, thank you! I'm keeping this handy just in case!

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Leslie, thank you for posting this! My sister is in FL and needs a new doc.

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Thank you for posting this. I've copied this information to a file I have on hand since I have family and friends in Florida.

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Thank you!!

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Look for a doctor who practices functional and/or integrative medicine. The downside is that they usually don't take insurance. But they're independent and don't answer to a hospital system administration. My friend found a DO in a hospital system who knows the truth about the jabs and can speak honestly. It all depends on the hospital system. If I couldn't afford to pay my independent doctor out of pocket, I'd look for a DO before an MD.

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I read yesterday it's now refs whistle blowing at sport events

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I can't remember if that one was real or not. There have been a number of memes circulating, claiming that stuff like shaking out your duvet in the morning will cause heart attacks. Pretty funny actually, although definitely encroaching on Poe's Law.

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Mr. Childers, some great Amicus briefs have been filed on behalf of Feds for Medical Freedom. One by 57 members of congress and another one yesterday by America First Legal Foundation in support of the vaccine injunction currently in place for most Federal Employees. Please don't forget to give us a shout out if you'd be so kind! The 5th Circuit will hear the case on March 8 and a ruling is expected soon thereafter. Thank you.

https://feds4medfreedom.org/

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Interviewed by James Corbett, Professor Deni Rancourt presents compelling evidence there was no Covid-19 pandemic in Canada or the US. The interview is truly remarkable with high resolution power point slides and show notes provided.

Most interesting is that many patients with bacterial pneumonia never received antibiotics because their diagnosis was "administratively" re-branded as a viral disease called Covid-19, where antibiotics are contraindicated.... So all those patients with bacterial pneumonia likely went on to "officially" die from Covid-19 while on highly toxic Remdesivir therapy where hospital profits soared. -- https://www.corbettreport.com/mortality/

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I'm not sure this ever qualified as an actual pandemic even from the beginning.

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C'mon Florida-it’s okay to kill an unborn baby under 15 weeks old? Check out how developed that baby already is!!

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Or think about even those two cells at conception. They will become nothing but a human, they ARE a human at that point, alive and growing. Their potential will never be anything but a completely different human with a different soul and separate DNA, from the moment those two cells join. Those two cells won’t develop into an orange or a mouse or an amoeba. Those two cells WILL develop human and are alive, are the very definition of life. So how can we not see even those two cells are a live human?

And how does a flap of skin obscuring before birth allow someone to say that it’s not human, not a baby, but once outside the body it is suddenly human, a baby? It boggles the mind when they get caught up in trying to figure this out when it’s so obvious. Like when the baby is born you are suddenly a father or a mother? No, you became that at conception, not when the baby is outside the mothers body.

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Feb 18, 2022·edited Feb 18, 2022

If they had any guts or integrity, the entire GOP contingent would boycott the SOTU mumble.

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If they had any integrity, when they control the House they would not allow the speech to take place in the House of Representatives, regardless of who is giving it. Until Wilson, the State of the Union was delivered on parchment.

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I cannot watch Brandon. He makes my stomach churn. Besides, Jeff has pretty well told us how it will unfold. I'll take a nap or a walk instead.

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While at first I think Jeff was correct about how the SOTU would unfold, I'm not so sure now. While state and local actors have been changing course, the White House seems to be digging in, and now we see Pelosi mandating COVID theatrics for SOTU attendance. I wonder if they've reversed course after watching Trudeau's recent actions and being encouraged to think that all is not yet lost in their quest for total power.

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Waiting to see a headline like this: "Having a Heart Puts Person at Risk for Heart Attack."

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